Christmas Gift Ideas: #3 of 4 – For ALL Ages, for Women and Men…

Friends!  Oh, my, do I ever have the book recommendation to beat all books, ready to decorate your favorite coffee table and sure to spur on a variety of conversations….drum roll….

Checkout A Million God Stories:  Volume 1 – Glorify

The book is not only lovely to look at, its jaw-dropping stories are ones you’ll marvel over noting the lengths and details to which our Lord goes to, all the while pursuing us.

The book is divided into 7 parts:

God is love,
Healing,
Connecting His Children,
Angels,
Provision,
Beauty from Ashes, and
Surrender

The spectacular photography enhances the beauty of each story.  Illustrations with Scripture are sprinkled throughout as well.

A Million God Stories is the brainchild of Founder Pam VanArsdall.  Entrepreneurial minded, Pam’s brain is always going a million miles an hour.  The website launched in August of 2016.  (Checkout www.amilliongodstories.com) Stories in the book all come from the website where there are currently 182 stories posted, with 999,818 to go!

For more information see http://www.amilliongodstories.com

One of many favorite aspects of the website is found on the right margin. You’ll find a large list of topics where you may choose a pertinent one for yourself. It’s called “Search by tags.”   Whatever you’re going thru’, you’re sure to find someone else who is or has gone thru’ the same thing with helpful information right at your fingertips. (Some examples include: Bible study, Christmas, God as Father, God redeems, abortion, addiction, adoption, community, control, etc.)

The Mission of A Million God Stories is to provide a global media platform for all Christians to share stories that glorify God.  Its goal is to share one million stories from every tribe, tongue, and nation that honor God, with Isaiah 42:12 being its mantra:

I’m delighted to discover this book says, “Volume 1,” indicating it’s one of many to come.  I’m giving it to many of my friends this Christmas with a challenge.  I’m going to ask each recipient to pray about sharing their own story with the staff at A Million God Stories.  If you don’t want to write it yourself, they will happily help you.  There are step by step instructions with how to proceed on the website.

Finally, it’s impossible to choose your favorite story, but I will share with you a few of my favorites you won’t want to miss from the book:  “The Toilet Complex School,” “Bible Study Friends,” and “Darkness into Light.”

My favorite quote comes from a young mom who lost a son soon after he was born.  He died from a heart defect.  Her story, “Every Day is a Gift,” is a beautiful, inspirational tear-jerker. It perfectly depicts 2 Corinthians 1:4 that says,

The young mom closes her story with this:

“Sometimes even now I will just be hit with grief and I will be so sad but at the same time so thankful. It is true that it is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all. I would never want to have that time with Jacob taken away even though it was painful. I have learned every single day is a gift. Knowing that not a single one of us is guaranteed tomorrow, helps me appreciate all the beauty, love, and joy that each day brings.”

The book, A Million God Stories:  Volume 1 – Glorify, retails for $24, but can be purchased for $18 on the website and if you buy more than 15, they’re only $15!  What a deal for a potentially  life-changing book.  Don’t miss this opportunity.  I believe it’s a great evangelizing tool as well.

And, this gets better:  (We readers learn this at the back of the book.)

“All profits from this book will go toward the creation and distribution of  Ring and Robe magazine. A Million God Stories’ ministry produces and sends nearly 4,000 copies of this magazine to jails and prisons twice a year (Spring and Fall editions.) Each issue contains beautiful, faith-building stories of hope and encouragement from men and women who were at one time incarcerated themselves, but who are now out living lives transformed and restored by God. Your purchase of this book helps make possible a message of God’s love, grace and hope to many men and women in jails and prisons.”

I asked Pam the significance of the name Ring and Robe and she said it’s from the story of the prodigal son (Luke 15: 20-24). The end of each magazine explains the title in a beautiful way: “The ring and the robe the father gave to his son were symbols of his love for his son and the son’s worth, identity, and rightful place in his father’s family…Our identity as children of God and our place in His family are secure, just as the ring and the robe symbolize in this story. When you see the name ‘Ring and Robe’ we hope you are reminded of God’s love for you, your worth to God, and your place in His family.”

‘Til next time!

P.S.  Fun disclosure…Pam, who founded A Million Stories, is a dear friend of mine and  just happens to be the Mother of our daughter-in-love in Lexington, Lauren Hoagland, who’s married to Gordy.  So, I do have braggin’ rights!  I’m very proud of Pam and Sweet La as we call her. And Pam and I both have braggin’ rights on our precious grandson, Henry. Mega blessings…

 

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Christmas Gift Ideas – Gift Idea #2 of 4: This is for your children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews…

Friends!  Please allow me to share another Christmas gift idea. This one is for your children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, or neighbors and especially if you hail from Kentucky…

I met a lovely author at the Kentucky Book Festival last month thanks to our daughter-in-love, Lauren, who discovered her.  Her name is Evelyn B. Christensen.  One of many books she’s written is called The Twelve Days of Christmas in Kentucky. (It was chosen to represent Kentucky at the 2017 National Book Festival in Washington, D.C.)

Much to my delight, not only does this fun book offer loads of information about our state, children and adults will learn a LOT about the Commonwealth of Kentucky.  Literally the wealth of information you’ll gain will astonish you.

Many of you know our family has exploded this year with three wee bairns arriving:  Ford in March, Henry in April and Charlotte in August.  One of many delightful discoveries in The Twelve Days of Christmas in Kentucky is the interaction between Marybeth and her cousin Martin.

Naturally, reading about the cousins with our now four grand angels, who are all cousins, got Lauren and me so excited.  Evelyn’s book comes in two types of editions:  a board book (which I scooped up for all the cousins, shhhh, don’t tell) and a regular slick paper edition for older ones.

We readers get to travel all over the state, learning as we go about the state bird, the cardinal, and the state tree, the tulip poplar, just for starters.  We go to the Louisville Zoo, Mammoth Cave, the National Corvette Museum, Louisville Slugger Museum, a coal mining museum, the Kentucky Horse Park and many more fun stops.

 

Evelyn’s description on the back of her book gives us its plot:  “Marybeth is so excited about cousin Martin coming for a Kentucky visit that she gives him one VERY unusual gift on each of the twelve days of Christmas. As the days pass and the gifts pile up, Martin writes lively letters home to tell his mom and dad all about this trip.”

Illustrations by Kent Culotta are most appealing to the eye and fun to look at on each page.  His details will delight readers of all ages.

Our Lauren suggested we take all the cousins to many of these destinations together as a family.  What a fun goal to have!  Be thinking of your relatives and friends who would enjoy this book…

Finally, don’t miss other books by Evelyn. She’s a master at creating puzzles and she includes new ones each week to try out on her website which is a tremendous resource for us parents and grandparents:  www.evelynchristensen.com

This book, Mensa for Kids:  Fun Puzzle Challenges, was also available at the Kentucky Book Festival. Mensa actually asked Evelyn to create this book!

Finally, I love how Evelyn shares her faith with us on her website, telling us she learned over the years God had gifted her with a mind to create these puzzles to teach children fun ways to learn math skills.  She teaches us learning can be fun and not a chore.

She credits a study her small group was doing by John Ortberg called If You Want to Walk on Water, You’ve Got to Get Out of the Boat.  She said that was the turning point for her with her writing, realizing God had given her these gifts to share.

Run, don’t walk, to your nearest bookstore and GRAB The Twelve Days of Christmas in Kentucky!  Your family and friends will love it!

‘Til next time!

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Christmas Gift Ideas – Gift Idea #1 of 4- This is For Your Friends Who are Grandmothers

Friends! Four weeks from this Wednesday, November 27th, is CHRISTMAS DAY!!! So for the next four weeks, I’ll be giving you some Christmas gift ideas. That’ll give you time to find these items if you like these ideas, and time to wrap them before Christmas.

You’ll be stunned to hear these ideas are all books. Sorry, I just can’t help myself…

On Saturday, November 16th, I had the enormous pleasure and honor of participating in the 38th Kentucky Book Festival at the Kentucky Horse Park. It was an all day affair featuring 150 authors. We learned over three thousand people visited, shopped, and met many of these authors, having them autograph the books as well.

My row of 10 tables turned out to be extra fun. My “neighbor” to my right was Joe Robinson. We discovered we have many mutual friends, including my cousins Bonnie and Steve Johnson who also were in the very same row, as well as a gal who was on my list to meet: Teresa Kindred. When I’d perused the catalog of who all would be at the Book Festival, I earmarked four-for-sure authors I wanted to meet and buy their book.

I couldn’t believe it when Teresa was right next to Bonnie! I showed her my post where I’d listed her book, The Faith-Filled Grandmother: Promises, Prayers and Practical Advice for Today. She was most gracious and bought my book too. She then read my book in two days and put a review up on her website under the “Reading” tab. Checkout www.nanahood.com

The format of Teresa’s book is excellent. Each chapter includes info on the chapter’s topic, lots of beautiful and pertinent Scripture, a section on God’s promises, a Grandmother’s Prayer, and advice from other grandmothers! Thru’ her Facebook page, Teresa was able to reach over 18,000 women with hundreds of them responding to her questions. We readers get to hear some of their ideas and responses in each chapter.

Teresa’s sweet, conversational style of writing makes you feel like you’re sitting at her kitchen table having coffee with her. She’s very real and honest.

The topics of the ten chapters cover everything you could think of. I believe you’ll think of your friends who need this book given these topics, such as:

My comments on these chapters are in parentheses….

Grandparent Building Blocks (This is one of many of my favorite chapters. It includes “Fruits of the Spirit for Grandmothers.”)

The Long-Distance Grandparent (PTL for FaceTime!)

The Grandmother Who Spoils (Oh dear…busted…ahem!!!)

Keeping Children Spiritually Focused in a Material World (This chapter has great reminders for all of us.)

Grandmothers Who Worry (Now she’s messin’ with us—ouch again!!! Oh, but this is a very helpful chapter.)

Grandmothers Who Raise Their Grandchildren

Grandmothers Who Aren’t Allowed to See Their Grandchildren (This is heartbreaking, however Teresa gives readers ideas on how to cope should we wind up in this scenario…)

Grandmothers Who Grieve

The Physical Challenges of Being a Grandmother (Help! I’ve fallen and I can’t get up…)

Multigenerational Families under the Same Roof (Those that do this will have MANY jewels in their crowns.)

Allow me to share some advice from a grandmother in the chapter on worry. Carol says,

“If I’m feeling anxious, I always read Philippians 4:6-7. I dissect it and try to apply each part of that verse, because the peace that comes is conditional upon the beginning of the verse.

I believe we cannot ask God for anything if we haven’t been thankful before we make our requests known.

Also, the peace that God promises is like a sentinel keeping watch over our mind.

That’s why it says it will guard your hearts and minds. When I think about God’s peace guarding my thoughts, it brings me much comfort.”

Here’s the verse Carol is talking about:

Checkout Teresa’s website, http://www.nanahood.com. I learned her website is in the top 10 websites on grand parenting!

Teresa tells us that about ten years ago, she started a blog named NanaHood. She said, “I chose that name because I believe NanaHood is the second half of the motherhood journey….Today NanaHood’s Facebook page has a following of close to 50,000 grandmothers from all over the world!”

Here’s a pic of Teresa from the Kentucky Book Festival:

Now you know what I’m going to say, RUN, don’t walk to your nearest bookstore and grab The Faith-Filled Grandmother! Think of all your friends who will love this! This is a resource you’ll return to time and time again.

I pray you and your family have a most blessed and Happy Thanksgiving.

‘Til next time!

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You’re Invited to Book Club and a Christmas Party on 11/25! “Christmas in Winter Hill” by Melody Carlson

Friends! This coming Monday, November 25th, from 6:30-8:00 p.m., please make some much needed time for yourself before all the Thanksgiving and Christmas madness and head over to Middleton United Methodist Church for a full night of fun and holiday cheer! You won’t want to miss our discussion on Melody Carlson’s newest Christmas novel, Christmas in Winter Hill.

We’ll navigate Krista Galloway’s struggles with Christmas past and her journey in discovering the true spirit of Christmas with her eight-year-old daughter in a new town famous for its Christmasville celebration.

Here’s a description, courtesy of Amazon:  “Krista Galloway is not a fan of Christmas. After her rough childhood in multiple foster homes, the holiday season just brings too many bad memories to the surface. But when she accepts a job as a city manager in the mountain town of Winter Hill, Washington, Christmas is part of the deal. The small town is famous for its Christmasville celebration, something that the city manager . . . well, manages.

As she tries to make her tiny new apartment feel like home for her and her eight-year-old daughter, Emily, Krista begins to wonder if this move was a mistake. She doesn’t always feel welcomed in the close-knit town, and Emily continually wonders, ‘Where’s the snow?’ Can a friendly stranger and his family help restore Krista’s Christmas spirit before the big day?

Bestselling author Melody Carlson invites you to spend this holiday season in a town you’ll never forget–and never want to leave.”

Christmas in Winter Hill is sure to encourage engaging discussions!

And, as is tradition during our November gathering, we’ll get to enjoy a huge spread of holiday treats! Have a to-die-for favorite appetizer? Bring it with you, and check out all of the other delights that are sure to please. We can be your guinea pigs if you’re trying out a new recipe on the fam this Thanksgiving. There are so many options, you won’t go away hungry!

To top off our night of holiday fun, bring a wrapped Christmas ornament and join in our annual Ornament Exchange! This is always a hit, and a fun way to add a new ornament to your tree.

Grab your friends, and join us on Monday, November 21st from 6:30-8:00 p.m. at Middletown United Methodist Church. And please do have a most Happy, Blessed Thanksgiving on the 28th!!!

11902 Old Shelbyville Road, Louisville, KY 40243 http://www.middletownumc.org

Please call Nancy Tinnell at (502) 245-8839 to RSVP.

‘Til next time!

 

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Come to the Kentucky Book Festival this SATURDAY, November 16th!!! Located in the Alltech Arena in the Kentucky Horse Park – Lexington, Kentucky: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Friends! When was the last time you had the unfathomable opportunity to meet over 150 (That’s right:  ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY) authors in the same place, featuring their books, offering to sign them personally, just for YOU?!!!

I’ve been blessed twice before to attend this event, as an attendee, never as an author, which makes this year doubly exciting and a double blessing and honor and privilege for yours truly…

The Kentucky Book Festival is at the Kentucky Horse Park, in their lovely-n-large Alltech Arena.  It’s all day long this coming Saturday, November 16th, from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.  Admission and parking is FREE!!!!

 

You do NOT want to miss this opportunity!  I call it heaven on earth, being the I-can’t-help-myself-bibliophile that I am.

My first book festival I attended was with Nancy-the-hugging-evangelist (Her name is explained in Chapter 4 of my book) Aguiar.  We not only got to attend the book festival, we also got to have lunch with Paula Deen and 1,498 others—Dare to ask us the story…

That year, I met the darling and engaging Jan Watson. I bought one of her books, immediately falling in love with her wit and wisdom, later inviting her to come and speak at one of our book club meetings.

Here are a couple of her excellent novels:

Jan then introduced me to Ann Gabhart, which led to us inviting Ann to come and speak at one of our book club meetings…

Can you see where I’m going with this?!!!

This year will be the 38th annual Kentucky Book Fair.  It’s in partnership with Joseph Beth Booksellers, one of my favorite all-time bookstores in Lexington.

You can go to Kentucky Humanities’ website to see who all will be at the book fair and strategize your mission upon arrival.  (I’ve got quite a shopping list. You can see a few I’ll be hunting for at the end of this post…)

Go to:  www.kyhumanities.org

There are so many authors, that many of us will be three to a table, shoulder to shoulder.  I cannot wait to meet these folks!  (Hot tip:  Be sure to get a good dose of caffeine before you come.)

Think Christmas gifts GALORE!!!

Just a few of the many notables include:  Wendell Berry and his wife, Tonya, Scott Pelley from CBS News and 60 Minutes, and Joe B. Hall (for all of you UK fans:  CATS! CATS! CATS!)

Fun sidebar:  I grew up around the corner from Joe B. Hall.  His son, Steve, and I went to Glendover Elementary School, and yes, we walked or rode our bikes to school.  (But not in the snow….)

This week I’m happy to report many of these authors have been visiting lots of classrooms in lots of schools.  Over 2,000 books were distributed to schoolchildren in an effort supported by the Kentucky Colonels, the Elsa Heisel Sule Foundation and Kosair Charities. Bravo!

Books at the fair will be positioned by genre:  Fiction, Non-Fiction, Children’s, and Poetry.  Books for ALL ages will be plentiful.

Kentucky Monthly magazine says it so well:

Load up your car and COME TO THE KENTUCKY BOOK FAIR!

We’re ALL excited to meet you…

‘Til next time!

P.S. These are just a few books on my radar for Saturday (The book descriptions were found in the Kentucky Book Festival catalog.).

Truth Worth Telling: A Reporter’s Search for Meaning in the Stories of Our Times
by Scott Pelley

Scott Pelley introduces us to unforgettable people who discovered the meaning of their lives in the historic events of our times. Truth Worth Telling is for readers who believe values matter, and truth is worth telling. Pelley, known for his work on 60 Minutes and the CBS Evening News, is a reporter and photographer whose work has been recognized with numerous honors, including 37 Emmy Awards. Sponsored by Campbellsville University.

 

A Prairie Girl’s Faith
by Stephen W. Hines

Although the faith of the Ingalls’ family pervades books in the Little House series, the more specific details of Laura’s faith have never been fully explored until now. Hines, a recognized authority on Laura Ingalls Wilder, has authored or compiled several best-selling volumes on her life.

 

The Faith-Filled Grandmother: Promises, Prayers, and Practical Advice for Today
by Teresa Kindred

Written with the help of grandmothers from across the world, this book provides a blueprint to mitigate the impact of a transient society, fragmented families, and strained relationships while sustaining Christian traditions. For 13 years, Kindred wrote a column for Kentucky Living magazine. Her blog, NanaHood, has been chosen as one of the Top Ten Grandparent blogs in the world.

 

Coach Hall: My Life On and Off the Court
by Joe B. Hall & Marianne Walker

Joe B. Hall was the head basketball coach at the University of Kentucky from 1972 to 1985. In this riveting memoir, Hall presents details about his life on and off the court. His record at UK was 297-100, and 373-156 over his career. Walker is a retired professor of English and philosophy.

 

 

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Need a Gift Idea? Try This New Book Releasing Monday, November 4th…

Friends!  Checkout the snippets below from a brand-new book, rolling hot off the press next Monday, November 4th!  Perfect timing for stocking up on Christmas gifts or if you need a gift idea for ANY REASON, THIS is your ticket:

Run, don’t walk to your nearest bookstore next week and grab Lucinda (Cindy) Secrest McDowell’s newest book, Life-Giving Choices:  60 Days to What Matters Most.

You’ll be astonished at all the words (60 entries!) Cindy blesses us with.  Each day and topic concludes with a prayer and a question prompting you to take action.  Carol Kent calls it a “timeless devotion.”  I agree, and when I finished, I started all over again!

Cindy tells us, “It is actually within our power to decide each day HOW we will live out numerous interruptions.”  She adds, “Don’t settle for the good when you can choose the best.”

She shows us exactly how to do this in our everyday lives. You’ll find it very empowering.  Carol Kent says Life-Giving Choices will greatly impact the way you live your life.”

One of many favorite quotes in the book is:

My three favorite entries are:  Choose to be Fearless, Choose Serenity, and Choose Friendship, but ALL of the other entries are well worth studying and pondering.

#8 is all about tackling fear, “Choose to be Fearless.”  Cindy offers four practical tips:  (the first two will get you rolling…you’ll have to read the chapter to get the rest!)

“ 1 – Be assured of God’s constant presence in hard times.
2 – Trust God is stronger than anything the enemy can send your way.”

Cindy includes this quote from Max Lucado in his book, Fearless, which kills me:

#25 is “Choose Serenity.”  I suppose this resonated with me because I always desire, but would rarely say I’m on serenity overload.  Sigh…more like “calendar overload”, which incidentally is of my own making…

What I especially love about this entry is Cindy spells out the word “serenity,” attaching a lovely word with each letter, i.e. “S” for still, “E” for established, “R” for restored…(You don’t want to  miss this entry!) and each letter is loaded with pertinent Scripture.

The entry opens with one of my favorite verses, Jeremiah 17:7-8 in The Message which says,

Note we’re to “put down roots”, “NEVER worrying,” “ALWAYS bearing fruit,” all the while trusting the Lord.  My friend, Liz, and I were talking yesterday about our older friends who still faithfully trot (optimistic verb for us future “old folk”) to Bible study year, after year, after year.  We agreed we want to do exactly the same thing.

I confess it’s not a good thing if I’m not in Bible study (I’ve learned that the hard way). The bonus from Bible study is being held accountable, and mining for more nuggets of gold in God’s Word. Kelly Minter coined the phrase “relational serenity” regarding fellowship with your friends and how this concept is even more beautiful when we’re planting our faces in the Word, “putting down roots” together.

This brings me to my 3rd favorite entry, #44, “Choose Friendship.”  Cindy uses Proverbs 27:9, “A sweet friendship refreshes the soul” to begin with and adds, “Grace is always the best formula for friendships.”

Also in this section, we get to read a quote from Eugene Peterson in his book, Leap Over a Wall:  Earthly Spirituality for Everyday Christians. Look how he depicts friendship:

Let’s close with a beautiful prayer from #49, “Choose Rest.”  This entry ranks up there with the one on serenity. The prayer sucker punched me while also encouraging me.  Right about NOW I’m off for a much-needed nap!

Enjoy:

Now you know what I’m going to say, Run!  Don’t walk to your nearest bookstore and grab this brand-new most helpful devotional, surely to bless you and your friends.

Don’t miss Cindy’s website:  lucindasecrestmcdowell.com

‘Til next time!

 

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“You’re Invited to Book Club, Monday 10/28! “Afraid of All the Things” Guarantees Hilarity, Encouragement & a Personal Message from Scarlet Hiltibidal!

Friends!  Load up your car with buddies and head to Middletown United Methodist Church (MUMC) next Monday night, October 28th, from 6:30-8:00 p.m. 

We’ll be discussing a highly unique book called Afraid of All the Things:  Tornadoes, Cancer, Adoption, and Other Stuff You Need the Gospel For by Scarlet Hiltibidal.

Scarlet isn’t afraid to tell you why she’s been afraid of you-name-it most of her life.  Her various antics, some real, and some imagined, will have you crying from laughing so hard, God bless her.

The gift she gives us readers is her discovery of holding up the Gospel to her fears.  Our sweet Lord teaches her He is her answer. His perfect love casts out fear. (1 John 4:18)

One of many favorite quotes is:

A favorite Scripture she reminds us of is: “I will both lie down and sleep in peace, for you alone, Lord, make me live in safety.” (Psalm 4:8)

Scarlet blesses us readers with Scripture after Scripture, promise after promise, we can cling to for many scenarios.  Through her many trials, we see her put this into action. (These are great lessons we can take note of.)

One of Scarlet’s scariest moments dealt with her Mother’s cancer.  Some of you may not know who her mom is.  I bet many of you know of her. She’s often interviewed on the Eric Metaxas Show.  Curious?  Scarlet’s Mom is Victoria Jackson from Saturday Night Live!!! Who knew?

You also don’t want to  miss how Scarlet and her family came to adopt a deaf orphan girl from China.  How it comes down is astonishing and obviously an only-God-could-orchestrate this endeavor.  Watch the beauty of others embracing them during this time and helping to assimilate their daughter into the United States.  This is a beautiful picture of the body of Christ.

Checkout Scarlet’s website:  www.scarlethiltibidal.com

Also, friends, you don’t want to  miss the sweet, personal video message Scarlet sent us from her farm!  She’s tickled pink we’ll be discussing her book this Monday!

You’ll also be amused by her newest book, He Numbered the Pores on My Face:  Hottie Lists, Clogged Pores, Eating Disorders, and Freedom From It All . (And she just announced she got a contract for another book!  We don’t know its topic yet.  No telling given her hilarious titles.  Congrats, Scarlet!)

Come and laugh with all of us and be encouraged.  Bring your friends! Sky’s the limit on snack options.  From the below quote in Scarlet’s Acknowledgments, can you guess what I’m bringing???

We hope to see you Monday, October 28th, from 6:30-8:00!

RSVP to Nancy Tinnell @ (502) 245-8839.

 

 

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